Mountains calling…

Posted by suchitra Category: My Thoughts

Have just booked mself on a himalayan trek !!!-am soooooo  excited. Cant beleive i’m actually doing it-have been wanting to for years. Will be trekking through Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Nandadevi, Kamet Gauri Parbat, hathi parbat-wow wow wow

I have been wanting to do this for a while and finally the time has come. My only concerns were having to share a tent with a stranger (i’m going alone) and what loo facilities are available at 6000 and 7000 feet? The trekking company has assured me i’ll have a tent all to myself and that base camp loos are dug and set up by the staff before we arrive so its all good

Sooooooo excited-will keep you posted for sure and share all details on my return-photos et all

wish me all the best!

PS- i was requested to hold  off the blog on Knockout till its release this friday- so will repost it then 🙂

13 thoughts on “Mountains calling…

  1. Superb!
    The tiniest notebook and your fav camera, but of course.
    Can you imagine those mountain ranges like a cut out, the feel of air there?
    I’m envious. 🙂

  2. Take extreme care and go with all necessary things needed for the trip without forgetting ANY Make a list and take all basic medicines Any trusted friends are coming in the trip?Enjoy.AND TAKE UTMOST CARE. ALL THE BEST. Take care

  3. congrats! you r embarking on a rejuvinating experience.
    do not overstrain the trekking at your own pace.
    control your temper.drink in nature’s beauty and serenity!
    think nice thoughts and breathe the fresh air with utmost
    god is great!
    blessings dear girl!

  4. carry heavy woolen sweaters gloves socks headcap uphill will be freezing!take some pills for
    knee problems and backaches.breathing will be
    hard at high altitudes.take nose drops and other
    helping medicines.take sunglasses also.
    some skin creams and ointments are a must to
    fight frostbites.
    wish you an invigorating trip

  5. now wishing you safety in ascension, it is literally an island, the plains are another world, far down below, the seasons are well defined, things will change around you, you won’t have to

  6. Can you share the trekking company’s contact details.
    I am an avid trekker, but I have never been to the Himalayas.

    I’d be travelling alone and I want the reference of a safe trekking company

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